Ell burst onto the scene in 2017 with her first full-length album, The Project, featuring the hit "Criminal." Due to fan demand, she also released her "homework" assignment from friend/producer Kristian Bush, a full cover of her favorite John Mayer album, The Continuum Project.
In addition to releasing new music this year, the Calgary, Alberta native also took off on tour with Sugarland on their Still the Same Tour and joined Keith Urban on select Graffiti U Tour dates. But her upcoming tour will allow her to play a longer, unique set. "I'm so excited to be teaming up with the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour for my first headlining run ever," Lindsay said. "It's going be a show we've never done before and I can't wait for fans to see it."
The Monster Energy Outbreak Tour started in 2011 as a touring brand to promote new artists by securing dates at quality venues with affordable ticket pricing for fans. Cole Swindell and Kane Brown are past successful country music participants. Ell's stint of the tour will coincide with two other artists participating in the program, Mike Shinoda and Lil Xan, who will also have their own Monster Energy Outbreak Tours running across the U.S.
Monster Energy Outbreak Tour presents Lindsay Ell Tour Dates:
Oct. 27 - Indianapolis, Ind. - 8 Seconds
Oct. 28 - Decatur, Ga. - Eddie's Attic
Nov. 8 - Pensacola, Fla, - Wild Greg's Saloon
Nov. 9 - Knoxville, Tenn. - Cotton Eyed Joe's
Nov. 15 - Columbus, Ohio - Tequila Cowboy
Nov. 16 - Lansing, Mich. - Tequila Cowboy
Nov. 17 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - The Stache
Nov. 30 - Asbury Park, N.J. - Asbury Lanes
Dec. 1 - Mount Laurel, N.J. - Prospectors Steakhouse
Dec. 8 - West Peoria, Ill. - Crusens
Dec. 9 - Dallas, Texas - House of Blues
Dec. 10 - Houston, Texas - House of Blues
Dec. 16 - San Jose, Calif. - Club Rodeo
Dec. 17 - Bakersfield, Calif. - Buck Owens' Crystal Palace
Jan. 19 - San Diego, Calif. - Moonshine Flats